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[Rev. Henry Kingman, D.D., in The Biblical World]

So long as the world has vividly before it the memory of Jesus and of his irrepressible confidence and hopefulness through days of evil fortune, and so long as it has with it in every generation his followers, of a like spirit of indomitable good cheer, it will refuse to take the mere acceptance of the inevitable as an adequate discharge of life's obligation. There must be a better success than this. It is victory that men want,—the victory of a self-possession undaunted and expectant in the face of every problem and disappointment that the world can yield. ... Our only chance of winning is by the way that Jesus found sufficient so long ago,—the way of faith in God. His faith, his teaching, and his spirit still afford the only way to such an undiscourageable optimism as was his.

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